Pychology of men and dating
Falling in love can be a powerful, life-changing thing.In those early days of romance, you'll literally act differently, think differently, and sometimes even dress or talk differently."Brain scans at the beginning of the relationship can predict who will still be in a strong relationship 40 months later," Younger says.And it's possible to stay madly in love for decades to come.So if your if someone you know is suddenly picking up their game, it could mean they're falling in love."When men are dating, but not yet in love, the relationship will fit into their life.
It can be so intense that it's actually possible to see certain areas of the brain lighting up on brain scans."When falling in love, chemicals associated with [the reward center of the brain] increase, such as dopamine, which makes you happier," NYC-based therapist Kimberly Hershenson, LMSW tells Bustle. "It may create a feeling of your heart racing, sweaty palms, and feelings of romance." You know, like the desire to swing around a lamppost while bursting into song.Again, a new romantic relationship will flood the "reward" part of the brain, which means partners can truly become addicted to each other.